By Tanner Weigel, Editor-in-Chief and Staff Writer
First off, you may have noticed that our website has been unavailable for the past few weeks. The problem has been resolved and we are excited for you to read the articles you may have missed. Thank you for your patience!
In anticipation of this semester’s print edition, we are requesting submissions from current students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Thunderbird. If you are interested in submitting an article (or other type of work), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 15th. Alternatively, if you have something you would like to run in our online publication, Saturdays are the normal weekly publication deadline.
Please note that Das Tor reserves the right to decide which submissions to publish. All submissions become the property of Das Tor and are subject to editing for grammar, punctuation, libelous content and length. Once published, articles will not be removed. Editing will be performed in accordance with the Associated Press and Das Tor style guidelines. Submissions should generally not exceed 1,000 words.
For your convenience, here are the articles you might have missed:
- A “Page” out of Nature’s Book by Sneha Pujani
- Age in U.S. Politics by Tanner Weigel
- I Love Africa but Hate African by Denis Bateme
- Learning To Say No by Sabrina Barwick
- Curriculum Changes Feel Familiar by Chad Olson
- Five Easy Ways To Improve Your Memory by Terrance Balousek
- The Value of Volunteerism by Tosh Umesh
- A Week at the WE Empower Challenge by DJ Nelson
- What is the Road to Redemption? by Tomiwa Adeyemo
- The Business of Global Expansion by Quin Roberts
- Diagnosing Democracy in Decline by Billy Pierre
- What Does Thunderbird’s Ranking Mean? by Tanner Weigel
- Homelessness in America by Liona Muchenje
- Tradition and Diplomacy in the Japanese Friendship Garden by Sabrina Barwick
- An Important Flight by Michael H. Moffett
- TBC Book Review: Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien
- New Brand Ambassador or Unforeseen Liability? by Chad Olson
- Why Doodling Makes Sense by Sneha Pujani